AML Compliance Alert
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The feds have finally issued key PATRIOT Act regs, and banks across the country are scrambling to figure out how to comply. But in the wake of scandals — Riggs Bank, Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, Delta National Bank & Trust and others — examiners are not in a charitable mood and law enforcement is ready to pounce. Time is a luxury your AML compliance program doesn’t have.
But there’s good news. You’re holding in your hands the secret to combating the money laundering and terrorism financing challenges you face every day. Now there’s one monthly resource, AML Compliance Alert, that will help you turn dilemmas into opportunities, and make your AML program reliable and efficient.
Each web issue of AML Compliance Alert covers such topics as:
- Your customer is named in a terrorism investigation – what do you do? 5-point response plan to protect your bank.
- Foolproof tactic for ensuring an MSB won’t threaten your AML compliance.
- How to sidestep the hidden trap in FinCEN’s bank-to-bank info sharing rule.
- Why a large number of structuring SARs is a tip off that your AML program is failing.
- 10 websites that will boost your security and compliance programs on the cheap.
- Know your rights: How to keep lawyers’ accounts from becoming an AML black hole.
- AML Compliance Alert - 2010; Volume 7, Number 1View All
- Article: Technology Spotlight: Catch Crooks With Comprehensive Case Management Tech
- Article: AML Compliance Training: Exercise Employeesâ€™ AML Dexterity With True-To-Life Cases
- Article: Reader Question: Keep Your 314(a) Request â€˜Logsâ€™ For Five Years
- Article: Recruitment Strategies: Eliminate Staffing Woes With These Expert Tips
- Article: Clip â€˜Nâ€™ Save: Use This Checklist To Cover Your SAR Documentation Bases